Airbnbs Face Hotel-Like Regulations

August 9, 2017

Airbnb, the online home-sharing concept launched in 2008 in San Francisco, has become an almost billion-dollar-a-year global industry. Over the Fourth of July weekend in Washington, D.C., more than 8,000 […]

Modern Minimalist: Office Decor

Personalize your office, and finally make it your ideal workspace. It’s time to turn your office into a place of inspiration and creativity. Allow these fixtures to stimulate a newfound […]

ANC 2E to Hold Special Meeting Wednesday

August 7, 2017

This week’s meeting of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission, which does not normally meet on a Wednesday or in August, also has an early start time: 5 p.m.

Potomac St. Rats: From Burritos to Falafel

August 3, 2017

It seems they have moved on from Chipotle’s Tex-Mex cuisine to the new shop across the street called Falafel Inc.

Wawa? Remember Roy Rogers?

August 1, 2017

How shallow is the debate about Wawa coming to Georgetown, replacing Restoration Hardware? After all, this was the site of a fast food restaurant for many years, Roy Rogers by […]

Letters To the Editor: Rent Requirements Rough on Retailers in Georgetown

I am very pleased to see the approach and concerns of and for our magnificent town. I absolutely agree with the the assessment and point of view Titus Johnson in […]

August 3: Deadline to Avoid Fee for Georgetown BID’s Holiday Lighting Program

July 31, 2017

Contact the BID office by August 3 about holiday lights and you’ll pay no fee for the program.

Top D.C. Litigator, Georgetown Law Professor Shot in Turks & Caicos

Michael Jones, a partner at Kirkland & Ellis and adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center, was set to be released from the hospital after being shot July 28 on vacation.

Why Does Georgetown Need 3 Business Organizations?

July 28, 2017

To better represent itself, the business community started the Georgetown Business Association more than 40 years ago. In the late 1990s, after the Mayor Barry years, when business services were […]

Wider Sidewalks Not a Walk in the Park

The Georgetown Business Improvement District’s effort to widen pedestrian walking zones on the north side of M Street between Wisconsin Avenue and Key Bridge is coming under increased scrutiny. It’s […]